Details Of Police Officer Who Died On The Spot In Thika-Garrisa Road Finally Revealed
By Obedee | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 5 views
Yesterday a police officer died on the spot following an accident that involved a bus and his motorbike that he was riding. His motorcycle got badly damaged due to the head on collision that it had with the bus.(Photo| courtesy)
Yesterday evening after the accident, the whereabouts of the police officer were unknown and there is no one who knew the station where he came from. What was found in the accident scene was his National identity card and his National Police service card.(Photo| courtesy)(Photo| courtesy)
According to the source, the information was circulated round the social media, and it has been revealed this morning that the police officer whose name is Mwaniki Syengo was attached to Kapyego police station in Marakwet East.
We therefore give our humble condolences to the family of Mwaniki Syengo for loosing their loved one. All motorists should therefore consider following road rules inorder to avoid such embarrasing accidents.(Source screenshot)
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